Category Archive for: ‘Posture’

The Posture Guru of Silicon Valley

  By AMY SCHOENFELD Published: May 11, 2011 Multimedia Mr. Drudge, 46, hasn’t just been sitting for two decades. Like so many workers chained to their technology, he has been hunched over desktops, laptops, smartphones and tablets, and it’s all taken a toll on his body. He tries to limit the time he spends sitting to four or five hours …

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Chair Disease

6 strategies Julie DeardorffChicago TribuneApril 3, 2009 Where are you right now? Lounging on an overstuffed couch with the newspaper and a cup of coffee? Sitting on a kitchen chair taking in the news online? Well, I hope you’re sitting down for this bit of news. (Or maybe you should stand.) Your chair is slowly killing you. Chair disease, as …

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Why Sitting Up Straight May Get You A Better Ride, Too

Showing Some BackboneBy Alfonso Morettimotorcyclecruiser.com Sitting Up Straight Side View Have you ever been at a rally and taken a really good look around? If you gazed long and hard, you probably realized the folks you’re checking out aren’t exactly the most stand-up group-literally. In other words, your motorcycling brethren are a bunch of slouches. The good news is that …

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Favorite Excuse Not to Run: It Hurts My Back

Wed, 08/06/2008 – 1:00pm by FitSugar For some women, running hurts their knees, shins, or chest, but another common complaint is back pain. Your back can either hurt during a run, directly afterward, or even the next day. Back pain can make it hard to sleep, walk, work, or sit at a desk, and it will definitely make you never …

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